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You should be able to do something like this with a product like IK Multimedia's iRig (or a generic equivalent... of which there are plenty). The iRig splits the shared audio input and output on the iPhone/iPad headphone port. Plug a patch cable from your Mac's headphone port to the input on the iRig (you might need adapters to go from mini headphone to ...


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I used a safety pin bent out straight and scrapped the ball and repeatedly tapped my laptop on the side of the table until it came out. Took about 5 minutes. When the ball came out, it was not round anymore which was probably why it was able to wiggle out.


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Are you still having this issue? I found this set of changes fixes the output, though I'm still having tinny input quality over bluetooth: defaults write com.apple.BluetoothAudioAgent "Apple Bitpool Max (editable)" 120 defaults write com.apple.BluetoothAudioAgent "Apple Bitpool Min (editable)" 80 defaults write com.apple.BluetoothAudioAgent "Apple Initial ...


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Make sure You have the right output set in Preferences -> Sound -> Sound Effects


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Not sure it's going to work using an Aggregate Device - each output must have its own channel that way. Look at a Multi-Output Device instead - then channels can share one output. You of course, don't need to use the same 'device' for both input & output, so you can set up a different one for input - though I'm still not certain you will be able to ...


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It's an old question, but I've founded a partial solution to remove the automatic launch of iTunes: http://www.thebitguru.com/projects/iTunesPatch More info and source code here: https://github.com/thebitguru/play-button-itunes-patch It's better than nothing


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Go to System Preferences > Bluetooth and make sure bluetooth is on (select Turn Bluetooth On if it isn't). Also make sure your headset is turned on. Wait for your headset to appear on the list on the right, select it and click Pair. The actual pairing process might differ depending on the headset, e.g. whether it requires a PIN code or not. The possible ...


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You need a Y cable splitter to connect 2 headsets. Most come with single audio control but there are some with dual audio volume. If you already have audio volume control on each headset then no problem. Since you have the headsets already with different plugs you will have to get appropriate cable splitter for that. I did some search for you. First the ...


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It is very rare or almost impossible for the antenna (which is just a passive hardware part) to go bad. Something else is happening with your BT, but that is another story, and it can not be answered without at least having your Console log. As for using USB BT, it is absolutely possible to do that. Normally just plugging in the USB will activate its BT ...


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I have the same issue. I found this thread which basically states, it is a known bug with Bootcamp. There has been no fix for like 4-5 years: https://discussions.apple.com/thread/3369017?start=15&tstart=0 I downloaded the latest version of bootcamp (5.1) to no avail :( If you check the version of Bootcamp you are running (right click on the icon in ...



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